The Minolta X-370 also called X-300 in other regions, is slightly less capable than the Minolta X-700, however, it is a reliable, light and easy to operate 35mm film camera. In aperture or program mode it can make decisions on light measurement between 4 seconds and 1/1,000th of a second. Like many Minolta cameras from this line up, it adjusts the shutterspeed to the exact speed required, it is a stepless shutterspeed.
The camera has no Depth of Field preview, but this is something I rarely use anyway. It takes to LR-44 batteries, easily available at any grocery store.
If you run into an opportunity to buy this camera, it’s very worthit.